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THE ABBEY OF BUILDWAS The abbey of Buildwas was founded in the last year of Henry I's reign as a daughter-house of Savigny by Roger de Clinton, Bishop of Chester, on land belonging to his see. abbey is in the care of the Secretary of State and is open to the public. Source: Historic England. Sources. Books and journals The Victoria History of the County of Shropshire, (), 53 English Heritage,, Buildwas Abbey, () Turner, J M W, Buildwas Abbey, Shropshire, (). The abbey, which is situated on the south bank of the River Severn west of Buildwas Bridge, was founded for the Savignac order in , by Roger de Clinton, Bishop of Lichfield. It was dedicated to Our Lady and St Chad, and became Cistercian when Savigny was united with that order in Hotels near Buildwas Abbey: ( km) The Foundry Masters House ( km) Library House ( km) Best Western Valley Hotel ( km) Irongorge Camping ( km) The Old Rectory at Broseley; View all hotels near Buildwas Abbey on Tripadvisor4/5().
Buildwas was founded in as a daughter-house of the huge and influential Furness Abbey. As with Furness, Buildwas was a Savignac monastery, which merged with the Cistercian Order in Though many of English Heritage’s Free to Enter sites remain open to visitors, unfortunately it has been necessary - as a result of advice relating to coronavirus - to close Buildwas Abbey for operational reasons, in order to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our visitors, volunteers and staff. Buildwas Village School Find out about our village school and the activities that happen Buildwas Abbey These fantastic ruins are a must if you are in the area. Visiting Buildwas Find out about walks and what else to see while you're in the village Buildwas History Pictures, quotes and little facts about Buildwas through the ages! Holy Trinity. Buildwas Abbey, Telford: See reviews, articles, and photos of Buildwas Abbey, ranked No on Tripadvisor among 43 attractions in Telford.4/5().
The book 'Apocalypsis and Epistolae Catholicae', cum glossa was purchased by the school in , less than a hundred years after Buildwas Abbey was dissolved. The book is . Buildwas Park, a modern mansion, is the seat of the lord of the manor. A Cistercian abbey was founded in the parish in by Roger, bishop of Chester, and given at the dissolution to Lord Powis. The side aisles and the chapels of the abbey church have perished, but the chancel, the nave, the transept, and the chapter-house mostly remain, are. Buildwas Abbey. 74 likes. Convent & Monastery. See more of Buildwas Abbey on Facebook/5(11). For The Love Of Shrewsbury members. A site for people who live or have spent time in Shrewsbury. A place to share photos, reminisce and meet.